More than 200 DJs will try to break the world record for the longest B2B set ever

All donations to the Tottenham Pirate Studios project will fund musical activities for young mental health patients

Christian Eede

Tuesday September 14, 2021 – 11:21 PM

Over 200 DJs come together to try and break the world record for the longest B2B DJ set of all time.

The world record attempt will benefit a charity on September 25, with Pirate Studios in London overseeing the coordination of the event from its base in Tottenham.

Pirate will seek donations as part of the organization of the event, and 100% of the money raised will be spent on mental health in charity music Key changes.

If you’re a DJ and ready to play fundraising, you can sign up here at present. The event will be broadcast live online and all studios of Pirate Tottenham

will also be open for free use throughout the day.

Learn more about the world record attempt via the Pirate Blog.
Read DJ Mag’s October 2020 article on how Pirate Studios are building a sustainable future for artists in uncertain times, here.
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